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  • Canada, Dominion. A Corps of Imperial Frontiersmen Service Medal, Unadopted Pattern by Birks
  • Canada, Dominion. A Corps of Imperial Frontiersmen Service Medal, Unadopted Pattern by Birks
  • Canada, Dominion. A Corps of Imperial Frontiersmen Service Medal, Unadopted Pattern by Birks

Item: C6662

Canada, Dominion. A Corps of Imperial Frontiersmen Service Medal, Unadopted Pattern by Birks

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Canada, Dominion. A Corps of Imperial Frontiersmen Service Medal, Unadopted Pattern by Birks

In coppered bronze, unadopted pattern of which only a few were manufactured, maker marked "BIRKS" on the reverse of the suspension, obverse illustrating the Corps of Imperial Frontiersmen insignia within an open-ended wreath of laurel leaves and surrounded by the inscription "CORPS OF IMPERIAL FRONTIERSMEN", reverse inscribed "YEARS OF SERVICE" within an open-ended wreath composed of two branches of laurel leaves and joined together by a bow-tied ribbon at the junction, measuring 38.2 mm (w) x 52.5 mm (h) inclusive of its suspension, without ribbon, mint.

 

Footnote: Founded in 1905 in England by Roger Pocock, the Frontiersmen have historical ties to the Scout movement, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police and various armed forces units. In the First World War, members of the Frontiersmen helped fill many of the ranks of the Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry, the 19th Alberta Dragoons of the Canadian Expeditionary Force, the 49th Battalion of the Canadian Expeditionary Force (today's Loyal Edmonton Regiment), the 210th Frontiersmen Battalion of the Canadian Expeditionary Force, the 25th Battalion of the Royal Fusiliers, and the Newfoundland Regiment (now the Royal Newfoundland Regiment). Frontiersmen also manned Fort Waldegrave with the Newfoundland Royal Naval Reserve in St. John's Newfoundland, from 1916 to 1918.

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